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Exchange specializing in the virtual currency announces it's ceasing all trading operations and plans to return funds to its users.
Value of the digital currency takes its second dramatic plunge in as many days as the world's largest Bitcoin exchange resumes trading.
With $500,000 in VC funding and a bank partnership, Seattle-based startup CoinLab agrees to handle the U.S. and Canada operations of the world's largest exchange for the virtual currency.
The Google Nexus 4's promised delivery time has yo-yo-ed once again, back to one or two weeks.
World's largest exchange serving the digital currency reports a "stronger than usual DDos" after lengthy suspension of operations.
The nearly 43 million shares offered will be sold by existing stockholders, with the social-gaming company receiving none of the proceeds.
Netflix's market share increased to 44 percent last year, while Apple lost 32 percent of the market, according to IHS iSuppli data.
This sleek, sophisticated blower proves that you don't need to boast spectacular specs to win top marks.
An educational nonprofit sends a Motorola Droid to the outer reaches of the atmosphere. Also, this post will have zero C-3PO jokes.